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Sources of financial assistance for the conservation of Scotland"s historic graveyards

Susan Buckham

Sources of financial assistance for the conservation of Scotland"s historic graveyards

by Susan Buckham

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Published by Historic Scotland in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic buildings -- Scotland -- Conservation and restoration.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Susan Buckham.
    SeriesHistoric Scotland reference report
    ContributionsHistoric Scotland. Technical Conservation, Research and Education Division.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16307488M
    ISBN 101903570077
    OCLC/WorldCa56421279

    To allow the Scottish Documents website to function on your Internet browser weplace small amounts of information on the device you are using. These include small files known as 'cookies'. They cannot be used to identify you personally.   Historic Scotland to spend £m on National Conservation Centre in Stirling THE money, along with £3m from the Scottish Government, will be invested in revamping the Engine Shed in .

    HISTORIC SCOTLAND MEMBERSHIP. Become a Member. Support the conservation and preservation of over iconic attractions across Scotland, including Edinburgh and Stirling Castle. Historic Environment Scotland is the lead public body established to investigate, care for and promote Scotland's historic environment.   THE National Trust for Scotland looks after the country’s rich history, from its historic homes and gardens to the towering Munros. But it has had a reputation as a stuffy institution. In the Author: Anna Gault.

    Historic Environment Scotland undertakes a substantial programme of conservation work on properties each year, undertaken by its own skilled staff. In addition HES spends around £3 million per annum with external contractors in support of its conservation work. Historic Environment Scotland - Scottish Charity No. SC Registered Address: Longmore House, Salisbury Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1SH General principles of the Bill – as introduced on 8 October Historic Environment Scotland supports the proposal to place a statutory framework around the management of graveyards and cemeteries.


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Sources of financial assistance for the conservation of Scotland"s historic graveyards by Susan Buckham Download PDF EPUB FB2

Conservation of Historic Graveyards: Guide for Practitioners 2 Covers technical conservation issues relating to various elements of the graveyard with advice on specialised repair and conservation techniques and an inventory of Scottish sites.

Guidance for the Care, Conservation and Recording of Historic Graveyards Septembersecond edition Text prepared by Caimin O’Brien on behalf of The Heritage Council of Ireland with contributions from Mieke Muyllaert, Ecologist.

Edited by Bernadette Guest, Heritage Officer and Rosemary Ryall, Conservation Officer. Scottish Graveyards Scotland’s historic gravestones are a rich part of the nation’s heritage, yet exposure to time and the elements mean that this valued resource is under threat.

Unfortunately, the number of surviving historic gravestones far outstrips the resources that are available to care for and conserve them. Covers technical conservation issues relating to various elements of the graveyard, with advice on specialised repair and conservation techniques and an inventory of scottish sites.

cp - conservation of historic graveyards Published on Proceedings taken from the seminar in November run jointly with Historic Scotland and the Society of. We’re always learning more about Scotland’s historic environment. Discover our extensive collections and find out how we work to further our understanding of our heritage.

Archives and collections. Uncover a wealth of knowledge and information, from artefacts to aerial photographs. Find out about our research into the historic environment.

BUCKHAM, S., The Carved Stones Adviser Project: new initiatives in the recording and conservation of historic graveyards. In: A. DAKIN, ed, Conservation of Historic Graveyards.

Edinburgh: Historic Scotland, pp. 59– BUCKHAM, S., Sources of Financial Assistance for the Conservation of Scotland's Historic Graveyards. Available at. Ireland’s Historic Churches and Graveyards How to get involved Graveyards are an integral feature of the landscape and are powerful reminders of families from former times.

Without the help of local people many of these graveyards and their memorials will deteriorate through neglect, some eventually disappearing into the pages of Size: 1MB. For guidance see Historic Scotland’s Practitioners’ Guide to the Conservation of Historic Graveyards, The Guidelines for Cemetery Conservation prepared by the National Trust of Australia (NSW) and information produced by the National Trust For New South Wales, Woodlawn Cemetery (Canada) and Chicora Foundation (USA).

SOURCES OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE CONSERVATION OF SCOTLAND’S HISTORIC GRAVEYARDS 4 •1 Working in a scheduled or listed graveyard or burial ground This free leaflet can be downloaded from Historic Scotland’s website: or.

Conservation and Recording of Historic Graveyards in County Waterford. Graveyards, along with providing a link to the past and a resting place for our departed are of significant heritage value supporting sites of archaeological and built heritage interest, a range of.

Historic Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Alba Aosmhor) was an executive agency of the Scottish Office and later the Scottish Government from toresponsible for safeguarding Scotland's built heritage, and promoting its understanding and enjoyment.

Under the terms of a Bill of the Scottish Parliament published on 3 MarchHistoric Scotland was dissolved and its functions were Headquarters: Longmore House, Edinburgh.

The historic Scotland guide to international conservation charters (Historic Scotland technical advice notes) [D Bell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. EuroDocs > History of Scotland: Primary Documents. See also History of the United Kingdom.

EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Librarian, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA. Feel free to get in touch: eurodocs @ Historic Scotland, Conservation of historic graveyards, Edinburgh August Graveyards in East Dunbartonshire Archives & Local Studies William Patrick Library West High Street Kirkintilloch, G66 1AD tel: email: [email protected] Our app is your one-stop shop for information on Scotland’s iconic historic attractions.

Historic Environment Scotland is the lead public body established to investigate, care for and promote Scotland’s historic environment. Scotland’s Historic Fields of Conflict Summary Report: page 1 SUMMARY This assessment was prepared to assist Historic Scotland in determining the most appropriate management strategies for Scotland’s historic fields of conflict and to provide guidance on this to Council Archaeologists and others involved in the management of the resource.

The Conservation Services Branch (CSB), based at Thomas Thomson House, is responsible for the physical care of records. The spacious and well equipped conservation studio enables the highly skilled and trained staff to care for and maintain the physical well being of the very diverse National Records of Scotland (NRS) archive collection: books, documents, photographic material, seals, objects.

maintain the architectural and historic character of Angus. Buildings eligible for consideration are mainly those listed as being of special architectural or historic interest, regardless of category.

Unlisted buildings within conservation areas may also be considered for grant assistance at the Council’s discretion. In a major conference was held in Oxford to debate `Conservation Plans' in the UK. The line-up of contributors were from many different disciplines and brought new and different approaches to the debtate; representatives came from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the National Trust, from rural and urban heritage management and museums and : Kate Clark.

Financial assistance may be available to projects and individuals in certain circumstances. However there is no automatic entitlement to grants if you live in a listed building. It is the responsibility of individual property owners to maintain their property, irrespective of age or designation, to an adequate standard.The Scotland family history research page lists data collections relevant to Scotland.

Start your search here to find ancestors originating from Scotland and to research historical records pertaining to Scotland.Historic Environment Scotland Historic Environment Scotland is the lead public body for Scotland’s historic environment: a charity dedicated to the advancement of heritage, culture, education and environmental protection.

Our books tell the stories of Scotland. From landmark works of expert research to creative collaborations with internationally renowned authors, our aim is to explore ideas.